Yes, I’ve been very quiet. Putting the finishing touches to the edits for MAY QUEEN and generally getting ready for Christmas. I’ll be away in early January, off on a libraryland trip to Rome so hope to have lots of pictures for you all then. May even get into the Vatican Secret Library if I’m lucky. Fingers crossed.
Of course it all depends on the weather which has been less than cooperative so far this month! Lots of snow, lots and lots of snow…
The last one is paricularly interesting for me becuase it shows a view used in GRAFFITI ANGEL, looking from Cherrywood up towards Killiney Hill. The Obelisk is just visible on top of the hill on the right hand side.
So I will be scarce for the next while, but will pop up from time to time. Have wonderful holidays everyone and for those who celebrate it a very happy Christmas.
As things are so quiet at the moment (i.e. I am working very very hard on rewrites – honest!) I thought I’d share some of my photos as a regular (or semi-regular) slot on the blog. I love taking photos wherever I go. They often end up being a source of inspiration in my writing. So it kind of ties in! 🙂
The late 11th century church at Loctudy, in Brittany, France. We visited the area over the last three years and had wonderful holidays there. This small and beautifully atmospheric church is still in regular use.
Sad to say my wonderful Fujifilm camera, with which I took this died recently. I have a canon at the moment but will probably buy myself anther Fuji in the long run.